If you don’t like the current Honda Jazz/Fit then, you will have a surprise, as the Japanese manufacturer will debut a new version of its well-known model. The 2014 Honda Jazz/Fit will receive a new design inspired by the bigger Insight featuring angular headlights as well as a redesigned front grille. Still, this is not all because the 2014 Fit/Jazz will get a redesigned front bumper with bigger air inlets, new taillights and a fresh rear bumper with new air inlets.
We don’t have any details regarding the hybrid version but the vehicle is confirmed and we will post some photos as soon as we have them. The interior was also updated but unfortunately we don’t have any photos, just one with the digital instrument cluster.
The official debut of the 2014 Honda Jazz/Fit is expected to be made this fall in Japan, while the United States market will get it in spring of 2014. Honda will build the 2014 Fit in Mexico, same place where it will build the production version of the Urban SUV Concept.
Honda has given the new Fit a fresh and sporty design that appropriately demonstrates its higher levels of handling and power. The aerodynamic design of the new Honda Fit is defined by dynamic lines running from the front to the rear, as found on its hood, roofline and sides. All of these lines begin from the X-shape of the front bumper, with the top V-lines of the split wrapping around the lower edge of the headlamps and over the hood.
On the other hand, the strong character lines in the bonnet rise to the A-pillars to the roof peak, and then taper to the color-matched rear roofline spoiler. On EX and EX-L trims, the inverted bottom V lines split to serve as the border of the angular lower side fascia pods that accommodate the fog lights.
Meanwhile, the lines located at the edge of the protruding lower air intake flare back and then traverses over front fenders. These lines then expand in a wedge to highlight the rear wheel arch. Born from the front wheel is a mid-height chiseled line that flows through the Fit’s door handles and then continues to run around the rear lamps.
A smooth one-motion surface design is formed by the harmony between the solid grille and lower headlights, flowing over the hood to the windshield and roof. The new Honda Fit also features a planted bottom edge starting from the lower air intake.
All of these lines culminate at the rear end of the new Honda Fit into a multi-horizontal form and rear diffuser. The rear end of the Fiat is highlighted by the roofline spoiler as well as by the forward slant of the rear window.
Its combination taillights expand into an angular form, with the reflectors flowing up to the roof. Just located below the lights are the rear bumper edge flares featuring a similar, albeit inverted shape. The rear window solid hatch features a solid bar garnish, which comes in chrome finish on EX and EX-L models.